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American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

Tuesday at 8 AM Pacific

February 06th 2018:D.C. VAMC VMHC

Veterans Mental Health Advisory Councils have the unique and challenging task of building, maintaining, promoting, and facilitating recovery-oriented practice, serving as Recovery Champions and consultants to other Veterans, their families, and all levels of the mental health care system. The purpose of the Council shall be to provide a forum for members to express their views and opinions, without fear of reprisal, regarding VA mental health services, and to assure that all Veterans have access to the highest quality of these services available to them, both at the Department of Veterans Affa

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Patricia A Craig

Patricia has a M.A. in Public Policy from New England College (NEC). She received her B.A. in Psychology from Augusta College. She is certified in Mental Health First Aid. She used her development skills to support several community-based organizations and the management of 5000 volunteers. She has attended Brevard Insight, Leadership Augusta; and Chaired several Boards. Current civic projects include serving on the Board of the Virginia Tech Victims (VTV) Family Outreach Foundation, Chairperson for the Mental Health Advisory Council for the Washington D.C. Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Co-Chairperson of VISN 5 Collaboration of Councils, a member of MIRECC Veterans Advisory Panel, the
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Andrew Little is a US Army Vietnam Veteran living in MD. He was born in Durham, North Carolina.. All of his siblings were educated in Durham; all attended Duke University, including Mr. Little, however, his siblings graduated Duke, yet, Mr. Little did not have the opportunity to complete his degree, due to an illness from his Vietnam injuries. Mr. Little moved from Durham to get treatment at the Washington, DC Medical Center and never moved back to North Carolina. He trained and was employed with the Hyatt Corp., and he moved on to Convention Management with the Omni Corp and later retired as the Manager of the Washington, DC Convention Center. Currently, Mr. Little serves as co-chairper
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